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Colorado: Vibrant Flavors, Cannabis Pairings, Infusions, And Collaborations Make Colorado Savory To Explore

By Sensi Staff
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Explore the Taste of Colorado

With over 30 food vendors from around the state, live music at three stages, onsite urban art, and a bustling marketplace, this three-day flavor-fest is a highlight of September in the Mile High City. Food selections span cultures and feature American favorites like Billy’s Gourmet hot Dogs, old-world comforts like Bavarian and Italian foods, Latin specials like Su Taco, and a lot more. Held in the heart of downtown Denver on 16th Street, Taste of Colorado celebrates the bright diversity that defines this state.

Home Gourmet—With Cannabis

Chef Bob Sampson has been executive chef at multiple gourmet kitchens, has owned his own restaurant, and has cooked for celebrities like Alanis Morissette, Miley Cyrus, Woody Harrelson, Olivia Harrison, and even Mark Zuckerberg. Now he’s carving out a reputation as one of Boulder’s premiere private chefs. He’ll cook a fantastic, mouth-watering meal with fresh ingredients at your home, drawing on his 30 years of culinary experience. Choose from a diverse list of menu selections or make custom requests. If you ask, he’ll even do cannabis pairings with the meal. You bring the bud, and he’ll pair it with flavors that complement the strain.

Scream for 3 J’s Colorado Ice Cream

Hand made with fresh ingredients and infused with 10 mg of THC per serving, 3 Js ice cream comes in fantastic flavors like mint chocolate chip, peanut butter chocolate, strawberry cheesecake, and Elk tracks. The ice-creamery grows their own cannabis, extracts the concentrate, and batches the ice cream from start to finish—truly a grass-roots operation with a delicious, mood-boosting product.

Drink Beer, Grow Weed

Denver Beer Company doesn’t just produce a lot of delectable craft beer, they also produce a lot of carbon dioxide (CO2). Every brewery does, actually; it’s a natural byproduct of beer-making. However, Denver Beer Co is capturing that CO2, storing it, and shipping it over to The Clinic’s cannabis grow operation down the street. The CO2 is then used to help grow some of the dankest flower in Denver. Swing by Denver Beer Co off Platte Street and help them boost The Clinic’s crop by drinking a Big League Sticky IPA or a Princess Yum Yum Raspberry Kolsch.